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Calories In Poached Egg

#mynewfave Whole wheat toast, cottage cheese, poached egg and avocado topped with fresh cracked sea salt and pepper! 370 calories, 18.7 g of protein, 23.1 g of fat, and 23.4 in carbs. Quick easy breakfast to start off your day the right way!

from The Beachbody Blog

Poached Eggs with Greens and Brown Rice

This versatile recipe can be a savory breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Making poached eggs is easier then you might think! Give it a try, and this delicious ri

from Real Simple

15 Low Calorie Breakfast Recipes

With an arsenal of light and tasty recipes that are less than 400 calories, you can indulge in a satisfying breakfast and stick to your diet.

from POPSUGAR Fitness

Poached Eggs With Tomato, Swiss Chard, and Chickpeas

I'm a huge fan of breakfast any time of the day. This looks absolutely amazing! A good way to bring greens (and even more protein) to spicy baked eggs.


At Barix Clinics, we are obsessed with the Dash egg cooker. It makes the hassle of cooking hard-boiled, soft-boiled, and poached eggs a breeze! This cooker is a great way to easily include the great benefits of eggs in your diet. A large egg has approximately 80 calories and 6 grams of protein. Eggs are also a great source of selenium, vitamin D, zinc, iron, and copper.

from The Kitchn

5 Quick and Delicious Lunches Under 400 Calories

5 healthy lunch ideas (lentils and poached egg above... plus how to poach an egg in the microwave: !)

from BBC Good Food

Easy ratatouille with poached eggs

Easy ratatouille with poached eggs. This gutsy one-pot can mostly be prepared in advance - just crack in the eggs at the end.

from Greatist

41 Paleo Breakfasts That Aren't Eggs


Poached Egg with Avocado and Tomato for Breakfast (Creative Soul Spectrum). I love this breakfast, a little high in calories but very high in nutrition.

from MyRecipes

Marinara Poached Eggs

Marinara Poached Egg | Poaching eggs in marinara is easy since the sauce is quite thick. The sauce gives so much more flavor to the eggs compared to the normal water-poaching method. Keep some toasted Italian or French bread handy – you will want to dip.